Singapore is home to many delicious Halal eats that you should definitely check out! From hotpot buffets to even fine dining, here are 10 Halal Cafes and Restaurants we recommend!
10 Halal Cafes & Restaurants In Singapore 2020
1. Chix Hot Chicken
Chix Hot Chicken is not just an ordinary fried chicken joint for many reasons. Firstly, it is Singapore’s 1st Halal Nashville Hot Chicken! Also, Taufik Batisah (winner of the first Singapore Idol) and Ismail Rawi Bober are the co-owners to this eatery, so if that doesn’t make it more unique, I don’t know what will. Additionally, they use organic pepper powders and spices which bring about an even more unique sensory experience!
Location: 1 Jalan Pisang, #01-01, 199069 Singapore
Opening Hours: 12 pm to 9pm, Daily
2. Hararu Izakaya
If you’re craving Japanese, Hararu Izakaya is the place to go! This is Singapore’s first Halal Izakaya, which is special because Izakayas are Japanese bars, but since this is a Halal one, only mocktails (non-alcoholic) are served. If you visit Hararu, we recommend you try the Tori Nanban, which is battered chicken cutlet topped with teriyaki sauce!
Location: 16 Bussorah St, Singapore 199437
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 12pm – 3pm, 5pm – 11pm, Fri – Sun: 12pm – 11pm
3. The Dim Sum Place
Who doesn’t love Dim Sum? Though it’s a popular teatime/breakfast food, it tastes just as good when you eat it at any time of the day! The Dim Sum Place offers a wide variety of Dim Sum options like Vermicelli Roll with Lamb Rendang, Chicken Siew Mai and Congee with Beef & Poached Egg that you simply cannot miss!
Location: 791 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198759
Opening Hours: 11am – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 11pm, Daily
4. The Original Boat Noodles
Thai food has been all the rage lately, and it’s not hard to see why. Get your fix at The Original Boat Noodles! They serve all your Thai favourites like Thai Milk Tea, Kra-Pow Chicken and Tom Yum Soup! Of course, while you’re there, you have to try their boat noodles which come in small bowls so you can try all their soup bases!
Location: 200 Victoria St, #02-46 Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021
Opening Hours: 11.30 – 9pm, Daily
5. I AM Cafe
I AM cafe is a Muslim-owned eatery with both its interior and menu inspired by the beautiful city of Amsterdam! Expect to see mouth-watering items like tender charcoal-grilled burgers and ‘Dutch’ frites and mayo. It is one of the most popular Halal Cafes in Singapore, so you might want to keep this one on your list!
Location: 674 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188804
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 9am – 11pm, Fri & Sat: 9am – 1am, Sun: 9am – 10pm
6. Butter Studio
Dessert lovers, this one’s for you! Fluffy pancakes, indulgent cake slices and a light cup of tea to wash it all down; doesn’t that sound like the perfect combination? At Butter Studios, you’ll definitely find something you like! They also release limited edition treats during festive seasons, so don’t sleep on the chance to get them!
Location: 147 Jln Besar, Singapore 208865
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs & Sun: 12pm – 9pm, Fri & Sat: 12pm – 10pm
7. All Things Delicious
All Things Delicious, without a doubt, lives up to their name. Like a coin, they have the best of both worlds in terms of offering standard brunch items we know and love, as well as more interesting dishes like Masala fries and Chicken Tikka Rice Bowls! If you’re looking for a place with food to suit a group of people with many different tastes, this is it!
Location: 34 Arab Street, 01-01, Singapore 199733
Opening Hours: Tues – Sun: 10am – 9pm, Closed on Mondays
8. Wanderlost Lounge
Nestled among skyscrapers, this is the place to go to when you want good food with an equally good view! If you’re a fan of Harry Potter, you have to try their drink called Harry Potter and the Philosopher Stone – a floral drink made up of a kiwi popsicle, passion fruit, ajwain (a type of herb), lavender, and is topped with chocolate glitter! But don’t let their beverages steal the show, because Wanderlost Lounge also has many other mouth-watering dishes awaiting you!
Location: Realty Centre, 15 Enggor Road, #12-01, Singapore 079716
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat: 5:30pm-1am
9. 665ºF – Andaz Singapore
If you’re feeling fancy, here’s a fine dining option for you to consider! Andaz Singapore prepares juicy, premium steak as well as other quality mains and desserts not to be missed. You also get a stellar view of the city at Andaz, which creates an extra romantic atmosphere during the evening!
Location: 5 Fraser Street Level 38, Andaz Singapore, Singapore 189354
Opening Hours: Tues – Sat: 6pm – 10pm
10. Jin Shang Yi Pin Hotpot Buffet
Halal Hotpot places can be difficult to find in Singapore, but with Jin Shang Yi Pin, you don’t have to worry about where to go when you crave hotpot! They also sell Mala here…need I say more? With fresh ingredients and a soup base of your choice, what more can you ask for?
Location: East Point Mall, #01-20, 3 Simei Street 6, 528833
Opening Hours: 11am – 3pm, 4pm – 10pm, Daily
10 Halal Cafes & Restaurants You Must Visit
The next time you’re eating out, remember to consider the places on this list! Unfortunately, we weren’t able to feature all the different Halal cafes and restaurants in this listing, but we would be happy to know your personal favourite Halal eatery, so feel free to leave it in the comments below! Happy eating!
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